SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE

General Education Requirements

If you are transferring from a California Community College or a California State University, you can satisfy the General Education Requirements for admissions by completing a GE Certification, IGETC or the SDSU pattern described below. NOTE: majors in Liberal Studies and Engineering should complete the GE pattern described in the SDSU General Catalog.
 
Communications and Critical Thinking
Complete one course from each of the following three sections (9 units)
  Oral Communication
Oral Communication, Public Speaking, Human Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Argumentation and Debate, Debate and Persuasion, Group Discussion or Communication, Small Group Discussion or Communication, Advanced Public Speaking, Principles of Oral Communication, Other
  Written Communication
Reading and Composition, College Writing, Rhetoric and Writing, 1st Semester Composition or Writing, Composition and Literature, English Composition, Expository Writing, Academic Writing, Writing Discourse, Freshman Composition, Composition I, Intensive Writing, Other
  Critical Thinking
Advanced Composition, Composition II, 2nd Semester Composition or Writing, Critical Reasoning and Writing or Composition, Intermediate Composition, Critical Thinking and Writing or Composition, Argumentative, Critical or Analytical Writing, Research Writing, Critical Reading and Writing about Literature, Intro to Logic, Intro to Critical Thinking, Critical Thinking and Analytical Reasoning, Writing about Humanities, Argumentation and Debate, Debate and Persuasion, Other
Natural Science and Quantitative Reasoning
Complete one course from each of the following four sections (10 units)
  Physical Science
Intro to Astronomy, Solar or Stellar Systems, Observational Astronomy, Life in the Universe, Astrophysics, Intro to College Chemistry, Elementary Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Preparation for General Chemistry, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biological Chemistry, Chemistry for Engineers, Chemistry and Society, Chemistry of Life, Analytical Chemistry, Intro to Physical or Natural Sciences, Envirnomental Science, Earth Science, Energy and Natural Resources, Intro to Geography, Physical Geography, Meteorology, Weather and Climate, Intro to Geology, Physical Geology, Mineralogy, Rocks and Minerals, Earth History, Historical Geology, Geology of Parks and Monuments, Environmental Geology, Intro to Oceans, Oceanography, Conceptual Physics, the Physical Universe, Intro to Physics, Descriptive Physics, Survey of Physics, General or Principles of Physics I, II, III or IV, Mechanics or Mechanics of Solids and Fluids, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves, Light and Modern Physics, Thermodynamics and Optics, Modern Physics, Relativity, Quantum Physics, Other
  Life Science
Physical Anthropology, Human Origins, Human Evolution, General or Principles of Biology, Concepts of Biology, The Living World, Principles of Life Science, Environmental Biology, Man and the Environment, Conservation Biology, Human Biology, Ecology, Genetics, Human Anatomy, Physiology, Botany, Zoology, Animal or Plant Diversity, The Cell, Biological Sciences I, II, Cellular, Molecular and/or Evolutionary Biology, Organismal or Organismic Biology, Microbiology, Bacteriology, Natural History of Plants and/or Animals, Marine Biology, Heredity and Evolution, Physiological Psychology, Psychobiology, Other
  Laboratory
Any lab course in the physical or life science fields consisting of two hours per week, Other
  Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning
College Algebra, Trigonometry, Elementary or Intro to Statistics and/or Probability, Math for General Education, Math of Liberal Arts, Survey of Modern Math, Math for Elementary Education or Teachers, Calculus for Business, Social, Behavioral or Life Sciences, Precalculus, Finite Mathematics, Calculus I, II, III or IV, Calculus with Analytical Geometry, Calculus with Applications, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Vector Calculus, Discrete Mathematics, Other
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Complete two courses taken from different departments (6 units)
  Social Behavioral Sciences
Intro to Criminal Justice, Administration of Justice, Cultural Anthropology, Intro to Archaeology, Prehistory and Archaeology, American Folklore and Folklife, Comparative World Culture, Cultural Prehistory, Intro to North American Indians, Native People of North America, Intro to Asian, African-American, Chicano, Ethnic, Latino or Mexican Studies, PreColumbian Cultures, Cultural Geography, World and/or Regional Geography, Economic Geography, Economic Problems, Macro or Micro Economics, Principles of Economics I, II, The American Economy, Business and Society, Intercultural Communication, Intro to Linguistics, Language and Meaning, Mass Communication, Comparative Government and/or Politics, European Governments, International Relations, World Governments or Politics, Intro to Psychology, General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Intro to Sociology, Study of Society, Social Groups, Social Problems, Social Psychology, Race and Ethnic Relations, Minority Groups in America, Other
Humanities
Complete a course in each of four of the following five areas (12 units)
Fine Art includes: Art, Classics, Dance, Drama, Humanities, Music

  Fine Arts
Humanities Through the Arts, History of Architecture, Art History, Arts and Ideas, History of Western, Non-Western or European Art, Cultural Heritage, Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance or Modern Art, Classical or Modern Humanities, American Art, Eastern Humanities, Intro to Art, Humanities in the Western World, Intro to Visual Arts, Women in Humanities, Art Appreciation, Intro to African-American, Asian, Chicano, or other ethnic humanities or cultures, Arts of Native-American, African-American, Asian or other cultures, Contemporary Issues in Humanities, Arts of Oceania, Classical Mythology, World Mythology, History of Film as Art, Mythology in Literature, Women in Art, Intro to Dance, History of Photography, Dance History and/or Appreciation, Music, Art and Literature, Dramatic Literature, Survey of Drama, Music Appreciation, World Music, Music History and/or Literature, Intro to American Music, History of Jazz or Rock and Roll, Music of Mexico, Latin America, or other cultures, Great Composers, Intro to Theatre, Intro to Drama, Survey of Classical or Modern Drama, History of Theatre, Theatre Appreciation, Other